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For the Love of a Cowboy

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  • Posted October 19, 2013

    Jacob Young has been drowning his sorrows and his guilt in booze

    Jacob Young has been drowning his sorrows and his guilt in booze for some time now. He is on the road to self destruction until an angel shows up and saves his hide. When he awakens the next day and remembers some of what had happened he is humiliated. And who was the green eyed angel in leather?

    Paige Tyler was living a double life basically. She was tired of being the good girl, the Preacher's daughter. She wanted to LIVE, have some freedom, and find a good man if there was any left. After saving a gorgeous, drunk cowboy from getting his butt handed to him, her life gets even more complicated. Not only does her preacher father not know that she is frequenting the bars and driving a Harley but now she is finding herself wanting a certain cowboy and not knowing what to do about any of it.

    I have been waiting for the hunky Jacob for awhile now. As soon as I learned about him I wanted to know more. I knew his story was going to be amazing. Paige is perfect for him. She needs him as much as he needs her. I am excited to read more about them later on down the road. Sandy Sullivan is such an amazing author! I would highly recommend this book and any of her others. Thank you for another amazing read!

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  • Posted October 16, 2013

    This about Jacob story we learn why he is drinking too much , wo

    This about Jacob story we learn why he is drinking too much ,
    wow i was thinking something diff but It works, well anyways Pagie  saves 
    him a night while he was drunk and he looks at her like she was his angel..
    In  a way I believe that ..  I can't tell how much I am enjoying this series by Sandy 
    Sullivan if you have not started to read this series yet . You are missing out .

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